Archived report

Outdoor swimming season starts at Moskaubad

On Ascension Day first "outdoor bathing day"

On Ascension Day, May 18, Stadtwerke Osnabrück will start its outdoor pool season at Moskaubad. Osnabrück's traditional outdoor pool will then be open between 6 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. on weekdays and between 7 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. on weekends. The outdoor area of the Nettebad is already open, weather permitting.

Preparations for the opening of the outdoor pool have already been underway for several weeks. The pool experts have drained the water from the pools to clean them - and the final maintenance work is also being carried out on the pool technology. The next step is to fill the freshly cleaned outdoor pools with fresh water, which takes between 24 and 36 hours depending on the size. Then the pipelines are checked, the pumps inspected and finally the filter systems flushed.

Frequent swimmers can buy a summer season ticket at the flat rate price of 128 euros for adults and 85 euros for concessions. This allows unlimited use of the outdoor pool. The indoor pool will be closed to the public when the outdoor pool opens. However, courses as well as school and club swimming will continue to take place there. The outdoor season has already started in the Moskaubad jungle with the deep ropes course, the water playground, the ground trampolines and other attractions. The Moskaubad bistro will also reopen in time for the start of the outdoor pool season - this year with the Osnabrück-based company Deim GmbH as the new tenant and with a new concept. The café and beer garden can still be used by non-pool guests.

Meanwhile, the outdoor area of the Nettebad is already open from an outside temperature of at least 20 degrees Celsius - on weekdays from 2 to 9 p.m. and on weekends between 12 and 9 p.m.. During the vacations, the weekend opening hours apply.

Archived report: This report has been archived for research purposes. Please note that events, announcements, dates and activities of people mentioned in this text may no longer be valid. We exclude any liability for misunderstandings or misinterpretations.

More articles

No news available.